How to Remove Mold in Boats

Boating enthusiasts face mold but don’t want to use toxic fungicides.

Constant exposure to water and humidity make boat surfaces a haven for mold and mildew. Because it contains no ammonia, bleach, acids or VOCs, Concrobium Mold Control is a great solution for marine enthusiasts looking to control mold without environmentally harmful chemicals.

  •   Solution

    Use Concrobium to eliminate mold and mildew on vinyl, canvas, wood, fabric, upholstery and boat covers by following these steps:

    1. Spray Concrobium Mold Control onto the hard or fabric surface.
    2. Allow to dry thoroughly.
    3. Clean the surface with a Concrobium dampened cloth or brush to remove any remaining mold residue. If mold stains have been on canvas, upholstery or other fabric surfaces for an extended time, some residue may remain. Scrub vigorously with Concrobium Mold Control or try Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser to easily remove deep staining with no scrubbing required.
    4. Reapply a thin, even application of the solution to help resist mold growth. Reapply as required on surfaces that are frequently doused with water to ensure continuous mold prevention.

    Tip: Why not be proactive and use Concrobium Mold Control to pre-treat boat surfaces prior to winter storage or after spring launch to protect against mold growth!

    Concrobium Mold Control is ideal for use in boathouses and storage facilities. Try fogging boat interiors and marine structures.